Rev. Paulette Pipe
Rev. PAULETTE PIPE is a gifted mindfulness & meditation teacher, Spiritual Activator, and host of “Touching the Stillness,” a popular, lively podcast for meditation, mindfulness, and spiritual practices.
Former Spiritual Director of the UK Unity headquarters, and then manager of the Retreats department at Unity Village, today Paulette heads Touching the Stillness Ministries—the vibrant mindfulness and meditation organization she founded in 2009.
With a distinctive mesmerizing voice, and reputation for leading heart-felt meditations, she masterfully-creates rich, sacred experiences that are based on traditional and unexpected practices, and designed to make the practice of mindfulness and meditation both relevant and accessible for daily application.
In addition to being a sought-after meditation facilitator, who leads extended meditations and spiritual “activations” at many venues in the United States and abroad; Paulette is a teacher on the Insight Timer App, facilitates retreat and workshops, and has three beloved meditation CDs to her name. During the 2019 Institute of Noetic Sciences Conference, held in Santa Clara, CA, Paulette also created an enrapturing Opening Ceremony and also co-emceed the event.
For nine years (2012-2021), this Spiritual Activator served as ‘Keeper of the Flame’ for the Board of Trustees of Unity Worldwide Ministries—Unity’s Association of churches, spiritual centers, and spiritual leaders. During her tenure she energetically activated and held the sacred space in which productive deliberations, discussions, and discerning decision-making could take place. She also acted as liturgist for the conference body during Unity Worldwide Ministries’ Annual General Meeting, with the same intention.
An active member of the Evolutionary Leaders’ network, a product of the Source of Synergy Foundation created by Deepak Chopra and Diane Williams, Paulette continues to serve as its ‘Keeper of the Flame’—a role she’s held since 2018.
A British-born native, Paulette currently resides in Lee’s Summit, MO.